Ethereal Flower Braids to Rock This Summer ...


Ethereal Flower Braids to Rock This Summer ...
Ethereal Flower Braids to Rock This Summer ...

There are millions of ways you can style your hair for a special occasion. You don't have to stick to creating traditional sock buns, high ponytails, and half-up half-down dos. If you're feeling adventurous and want to stand out at a party, then you can create flower braid hairstyles. You're bound to look gorgeous in them, and they're so unique that you'll be the talk of the night, guaranteed!

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Dutch Flower Braid

If you want to create this look, you should start by parting your hair to the side. Then you should begin making dutch braids. Although the style looks complex, all you're really doing is occasionally changing the direction that you're braiding your hair. Of course, since this style is so elaborate, see if you can convince your sister or your roommate to do it for you. It'll be easier for them to do it from behind you than it would be for you to try to see what you're doing in the mirror.


Rosette Flower Braid

Instead of making the entire back of your head look like a flower, you can just create a tiny flower on the side of your head. Once you watch the tutorial, you'll be shocked at how easy this look is to pull off. All you have to do is make a braid in your hair, tug on it a bit, and then wrap your braid around itself.


Braided Flower Tieback

This style works on both straight and curly hair, so no matter what you look like, you're bound to appear gorgeous. All you have to do is create a braid on both the left and right side of your hair. Then you can make the braids meet in the middle and connect them with an elastic. Once that's done, then you can braid them together to create your flower!


Flower Hair Bow

This style is a combination of a flower and a bow. Start by taking a section of your hair and putting an elastic around the top of it. Then you should loop a piece of hair through it to create a bow. You'll do this a few times in order to create as many "petals" as you'd like.


Flower Bun Hawk

Don't be fooled by this tutorial, because this hairstyle works on any age group. You should start by teasing your hair and putting it into a poof. Then you should put your hair into three ponytails and section them off. Once you do that, all you have to do is roll up your hair!


Updo with Braided Flower

This hairstyle is perfect for a wedding or for your sweet sixteen. You're going to start by braiding a section of your hair and then pulling the strands apart a bit to create wide loops. Then you're going to roll up the remaining section of your hair to create a sort of bun and curl the braid around it.


Flower Bun

Here's one last flower hairstyle for you to try out this week. All you really have to do is put your hair up into a ponytail, separate it out, and then clip it into the right position. It's that easy!

No matter how old you are or what kind of hair you have, you'll look amazing with these hairdos! Which one of these styles are you going to try first?

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I like # 4..the flower hair bow

Their all ugly!!!😷😷😷

Love it!

These all look so pretty


I wouldn't recreate any of these on myself.

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